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Amanda would have wanted everyone to know how much she hurt emotionally and how the same thing also hurt thousands of other children and youth each day. Amanda couldn’t stop what was happening to her and it was her dream to make it right for others. She thought it would help to tell her story for others to hear. Continue reading →
The hardest thing for people who hear voices
is the way they get treated by people who don’t. Continue reading →
More from the work of Dieter Wolke and his team who research the effects of bullying. They found that… children who are bullied in younger years are almost five times more likely to have difficult time with experiences like hearing voices … Continue reading →
Bullying Sucks – if we know it’s not acceptable in an adult world how come we accept it as the norm in schools?
Research shows that having been bullied is a predictor of the kind of experience and struggle that gets labelled and diagnosed as “mental illness”. Continue reading →
fouseyTUBE‘s bullying experiment… Q. how do people respond when they witness one person bullying another? “So I feel like the big issue with today’s generation is bullying: why does bullying continue and why doesn’t anybody put a stop to it? … Continue reading →
Dieter Wolke and his team research bullying in all its forms and its impact on our soul and how we turn out in later life. He’s also working on his stand-up routine and has some good jokes – and, since … Continue reading →